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Choi Won-young to star in upcoming KBS drama"Hello Monster"

2015/03/16 | Permalink | Source

Actor Choi Won-young is starring in the upcoming KBS drama "Hello Monster".

He takes on the role of a science researcher from a foreign company which supplies chemicals and machinery to all police investigative teams and experimental labs in universities. He's familiar with the ongoing criminal cases and is friendly with the investigators that go in and out of the lab. He's also in the position to manipulate evidence. He's got no family or friends and has an unusual past.

Choi Won-young has been building his filmography with continuous dramas and movies in a row in the last year.

"Hello Monster" is about a dangerous man and a woman who stalks this man, hiding their feelings away from each other. Lee Jin-wook, Jang Nara and Lee Chun-hee have confirmed and the drama is produced by Noh Sang-hoon.

"Hello Monster" is due in June.

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